It’s jam packed in here with updates on (whew! deep breath!): Motherland: Fort Salem, Brooklyn 99, Harley Quinn, Tommy, Siren, SWAT, In the Dark, and Vagrant Queen.
“Each day seems to bring more bad news so it’s been such a tremendous relief to have this show every week to genuinely make me laugh. It has been the perfect show for this not-so-perfect moment.”
Sara and Charlie face off against Charlie’s sister and Zari 2.0 meets Original Zari in Legends of Tomorrow’s triumphant return.
Don’t worry, even Cate Blanchett won’t compel you to be attracted to Phyllis Schlafly.
Here comes the showdown, what goes around comes around dooo doooo doo
Plus, Lisbeth is back on Nancy Drew; Scylla wants Raelle to run away with her on Motherland; Rin and Maddie tackle tech on Siren; and Natalie concedes that Shondaland wins again.
Your move, Birds of Prey 2!
Excuse ME, Cheryl and Toni should have sang “The Origin Of Love.”
Freeforms’s new alternate-universe elite witchy fighters series didn’t waste any time getting gay, gay, gay.
If you like Sex and the City, watch Girlfriends. If you like Community, watch A Different World. If you like Girls, watch Twenties.
A masterpiece of heterophobia, in screenshots.
Yearning, grief, and tension fuel the show, which is at its darkest now.
A tangled web of exes who still love you and also have chemistry with each other is truly the gayest possible thing.
In New York, every time you step out your door, human interaction is offered to you. The most magical thing about New York, about “High Maintenance,” about life has suddenly become a danger.
The wild ride of Season Four has left the station and these out of context screencaps
All the Spring TV coming up definitely or probably queer this March, April and May — lesbian and bisexual female characters and non-binary people investigating murders, surviving post-apocalyptic frozen tundras, skateboarding in New York City and so much more!
Plus: “How to Get Away with Murder” returns for its final episodes ever, and we’re still #HornyForMermaids on “Sirens.”
With a high focus on the banter between the two, it’s perhaps only the absence of Sue’s trademark lesbian blazer and Mel’s trademark not-lesbian blazer that nudges our subconscious to remember they’re not being national treasures Mel and Sue, but mercenary murderers.
Oh my God, you’ve never been on OurChart?
We have arrived at The Bold Type mid-season finale. Plus updates on: Boomerang, Twenties, and Legacies.